Skip to main content

About your Search

20100901
20100930
SHOW
Today 35
( more )
STATION
CSPAN 49
MSNBC 46
CNN 45
FOXNEWS 42
WRC (NBC) 34
WBAL (NBC) 31
KNTV (NBC) 25
WJZ (CBS) 20
KGO (ABC) 19
WHUT (Howard University Television) 18
WUSA (CBS) 17
KQED (PBS) 15
WMAR (ABC) 15
WETA 12
WJLA (ABC) 12
KPIX (CBS) 11
( more )
LANGUAGE
English 471
Search Results 89 to 188 of about 473 (some duplicates have been removed)
over toward central canada. will produce some showers for you. also could turn a little bit stormy here along the central plains. out west fairly dry. a couple showers will push through the pacific northwest and british columbia as well. but should start looking a little dryer on wednesday. highs today still very hot toward the northeast. 36 in new york, 34 for d.c., and 32 in toronto. all right. so that is a look at your weather for now. and here is your three-day outlook. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> all eyes are on the ruling democratic party of japan as it has announced the start of official campaigning for its presidential election on september 14th. the former secretary-general, ichiro ozawa, and prime minister naoto kan, the current dpj president, are running as candidates. nhk world reporter minako misawa is standing by at the party's headquarters. minako? >> reporter: yes, catherine. deputies filed candidacy applications for ozawa and kan on wednesday morning. each candidate had endorsements from more than 20 fellow lawmakers. ozawa and kan will hold a joint news conference later in the
the united states and lower canada. i document this tore on a map that i painted for the project and also from previous projects called the road map to lost america. on the map i have taken all of the contemporary borders off the map and replaced them with native territories, and then overlaid it with contemporary highways. i have scheduled venue stops at different areas along the tour, from california to south dakota, that will serve as headquarters for my local research. when i was researching the traveling medicine show, i came across this. they had put out an elixir, and it referred to the elements that came out because of the high stress, high-pressure life, mostly because of the industrial revolution. anyway, i was fascinated by the term american-itis, and i thought it did a lot about the stress-related illnesses, and i was impressed that they picked up on that and the 1800's. i did a survey to see if it was irrelevant element today. i have a series of eight painted banners that are retellings of american history. i am particularly interested in transition history between native and
today, a visitor from canada talked about opening up the space in new york, also, and i said, no. it had entered our mind, yes, but we really did not feel the need to do what we do at the level we do it. we work with colleagues in new york and paris and tokyo and switzerland, around the world, and thank you. we can think of no better place to be doing business. thank you very much. to show our thanks, we published a book from the 1840's, a photograph from the george from san francisco, and i brought copies for the commissioners. thank you very much. [applause] >> i would also just like to point out that right now, the frankel gallery is coasting to a show that is four galleries, three other galleries. i do not know how long the show runs. >> it is another two weeks, i guess. it ends one week from saturday, but was a way to outreach. we believe in congeniality, not competition, so we are working with three other galleries. we have chosen people from all of our holdings together, so it has allowed some of the newer galleries to have visitors instead of the mormon church galleries. but >> c
the carolinas to canada. i'm erica hill. also tonight, a scare in the gulf. after an oil platform explodes in flames, forcing the crew into the water. the dramatic video that's raising new questions about police using taser guns. >> stop resisting! stop resisting! >> and a group of young people who have made happiness contagious. captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news world headquarters in new york, this is the "cbs evening news" with katie couric. >> good evening. katie is off. much of the east coast is on alert tonight for hurricane earl. as many as 26 million people could soon be feeling its impact. even if the storm never makes landfall. earl is a category three storm earl is a category two storm right now with sustained winds of more than 111 miles an hour. the eye now less than 200 miles from cape hatteras, north carolina, and it's outer banks which could be the first to feel the effects of the hurricane before it takes an expected turn to the northeast. warnings and watches are up from north carolina, where at least 100,000 people have been ordered to evacuate the coast; all the
, immigration is a top of the agenda at a meeting of the european ministers in paris, canada and the u.s. also represented. now people in romania are voicing their anchor. -- anger. >> he did not have the luxury of a horse in france, but after six years he had a steady income, gathering scrap metal on a hand- held cards. the french police gave him a bleak choice, leave or be expelled. now he is determined to return. >> many of the roma are expelled from france and come from villages like this one on the far west edge of romania. for years, france has represented a lifeline for the poorest of the port, and that is not a life and they're willing to relinquish easily. >> party has deep roots. many people cannot read and write -- poverty has deep roots. people cannot read and write and have no proof of the land that they own. >> france and other countries have to stop this kind of action against ethnic groups of ramat in europe. -- rama in europe. rahm i have not experienced this kind of action in europe from the time of the holocaust. >> their patient, skilled in survival. when the wind blows ag
and oregon, the other up to canada. we have a nice flow through the pacific northwest. you can see where the jet stream is arcing into the northern rockies, stuck as a low pressure center. that's where the cool air is and rain. you can see it's raining lightly from seattle to puget sound, moderate rainfall. back up through the yakima now. that's the case pretty much through the day today. on and off light rain through the morning. it's chilly, too. it's raining and in the 50s. that's cool. not very warm today with the clouds and showers. highs only in the mid-60s. warm weather, get to southern nevada and arizona where it's even a lot cooler. that's a look at your wednesday forecast. now here is a look at the weather outside your window. showers will be the rule, work their way down to mount shasta, crescent city only 59 degrees. we're talking light jacket and sweater weather. put the shorts away. hard to find some warm spots. the storm will move out. we'll give you the thursday forecast coming up. >>> also coming up, a rude return on wall street, big breast plans, and what's in a word or
. northeastern corridor dealing with much cooler weather here. also lots of heavy rain coming into eastern canada as well. the northern plains looking at severe weather conditions to move on through on your thursday. this storm system getting ready to become better organized, moving across the northern rockies just now, and creating very windy conditions and a lot cooler conditions as well across the west. 17 degrees in seattle today. 20 in winnipeg. toronto in the teens today, 19 degrees. new york and washington, d.c. in the mid 20s. much cooler here. as for europe, central portions dealing with lots of showers, isolated heavy rain, and thunderstorms really affecting the alps and also the balkans as we head into your thursday. still looking quite windy across germany and poland as well. the british isles getting a bit of a break in the wet weather. as you can see, a new system is going to be pulling in from the atlantic. again, it will be drenching the area, bringing strong winds as well. 21 degrees in london today. sunny spells for you. 21 in paris. then looking at sunshine in stockholm. 16 deg
in washington tonight. thanks. there is a new kind of speed bump for drivers in vancouver, canada. as children went back to school this week, traffic safety officials placed a 3-d sign on a busy street. it looks like a little girl chasing a ball, but it's actually an optical illusion, a virtual reminder to drivers to slow down and keep their eyes on the road. katie is in los angeles tonight getting ready for tomorrow's special stans up 2 cancer broadcast. >> couric: harry, thank you. stand up to cancer funds dream teams all across the country. scientists from dinner institutions working together to fight this disease. up next, you'll meet the dream team that's targeting pancreatic cancer, and the progress that's being made. ét ,, >> c >> couric: tomorrow night, cbs and the other major networks are joining forces once again to bring you stand up 2 cancer. a program designed to raise awareness of the disease and raise money to fight it. some of that money is funding research against one of the deadliest forms of cancer, pancreatic. this year, more than 43,000 americans will be diagnosed with it
canada next it will be bringing isolated heavy rain and also some severe thunderstorms to watch out for. over towards eastern quebec still quite stormy for you tonight, and also on your friday, temperatures a little chilly as well across the midwest, looking at 23 degrees in new york today, 20 in toronto, and then 15 degrees up in winnipeg. finally over to europe then, a slow moving system has finally made its way down into the m mediterrane mediterranean, it will be stormy across the central mediterranean into the weekend, looking at lots of thunderstorms, heavy rain falling on friday, along the west coast of the balkans as well as southern italy. meanwhile this high pressure system expanding from the iberian peninsula is going to help bring dry conditions to central europe, so the weekend is looking good for you here, but the northwest, the british isles looking at wet and windy weather once again. it's going to be moving into southern scandinavia next as well by friday morning. 16 degrees in stockholm today, 20 degrees in london, coming in at 27 in madrid, teens, 18 degrees in berlin
. and if it is september, it must be toronto, a hollywood a-lister heading to canada for the international film festival. >>> welcome to "bbc world news," broadcasting in the u.k. and around the world. the american pastor who drew international condemnation for planning to burn the car ran up on the anniversary of 9/11 has arrived in new york, where he is expected to meet the iman behind plans for a controversy a mosque near ground zero. pastor terry jones says it may still happen. >> the president was forced to spend a fair bit of a rare news conference making appeals for tolerance, saying that muslims were neighbors and friends. he can hardly not respond to the threats. the trouble is it looks like he is giving more publicity to a group that is on the fringe. pastor jones is the leader of a florida church with a congregation of about 50 people. he believes that islam is the work of the devil and he has turned to put 200 korans onto a bonfire, having the world dance to his tune. first, he said he would meet with the leaders of the ground zero mosque. now it appears that is not happening. >> we have not
into the mid-atlantic states. looks pretty cool for canada today. 14 degrees only from your high in winnipeg. and remaining at 17 in vancouver as well. all right. that's a look at your weather right now, and here is your three-day outlook. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> and that wraps up this edition of "newsline." i'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo. thanks very much for joining us. we'll be back at the top of the next hour. see you then.
. the relationship between the gunman and the doctor is still unknown. russia and canada have both insisted they should have control over a disputed underwater mountain range in the arctic ocean. possession of the area would allow the owner to exploit any mineral resources. following a meeting in moscow, russian's foreign minister said the countries agreed the u.n. should rule on the issue. the verbal gloves came off at an e.u. summit in brussels today. they belonged to the french president nicolas sarkozy and e.u. commissioner delima. the. >> for weeks, now, french police have been dismantling illegal camps of roma and expelling some of them from france. the european union has threatened to take legal action against france, saying it is targeting ethnic groups. it has led to a major row between paris and the european union. today, it overshadowed a meeting in brussels. nicolas sarkozy was involved in a blazing argument with the most senior european official. >> this is a situation i have thought europe would not have to witness again after the second world war. >> today, he described those
in the u.n. security council, up against portugal and canada. two seats and three countries. so she's campaigning for germany to get one of those seats in to douse an1. >>hat was from new york. the surge of support for a far- right party in sweden's national elections on sunday is sparking concern in protests in the country that until now has prided itself on openness and tolerance. the anti-democrat sweden democrat party got more than 5% of the vote, enabling them to parliament for the first time. the prime minister, center-right coalition, has lost its absolute majority and is looking for a potential partners to lead a minority government. >> the verdict of the swedish papers was as unanimous as it was despondent. the word chaos dominated the headlines. the success of the far right sweden democrats as shocked many. and there's growing concern about how the political deadlock can be broken. >> i think it will lead to increased suspicion and hostility towards immigrants. rand topple laws. >> it is said that the sweden democrats are kingmakers one solution for this. >> for now, that
, he is still free pending an appeal. the cleanup is underway in canada where hurricane igor has brought flooding to some areas that are 20 centimeters of rain in a few hours. a tropical storm warning was lifted on wednesday and igor was downgraded to a post-tropical storm. the sense of crisis surrounding the commonwealth games seems to be deepening, despite official reassurances. the president has requested a meeting. five national teams have complained about the accommodations in delhi. the scottish party has delayed its arrival. >> images of games to remember, it may have to be canceled. 11 days ago and teams have not even figured out how to agree to compete. the cleanup operation is under way following the collapse of a foot bridge along the main stadium. the tarnished reputation of the game will be harder to repair. lurking from one problem to the not -- to the other. >> we will see to it that commonwealth games are conducted according to international standards as we have come to participate in these games. quite happy about these emissions. >> the scottish games have alrea
offended by president ahmadinejad's remarks. they were followed by all the european countries, canada, australia, new zealand and a tiny coastal regions as well. some 33 delegations in all left the chamber. these walkouts are not entirely new. they're becoming something of a routine when president ahmadinejad speaks. what annoyed the american so much was this preference to the possibly carrying out the 9/11 attacks themselves. and ahmadinejad referred to israel as the "entity that was saved" as a result. that was the trigger, i think. >> president ahmadinejad's comments have been seen in the local press. why is he bringing this to the international stage now, do you think? >> i think he is pretty consistent. i think he actually believes what he is saying. it may seem strange to many people, certainly, in the western world, but mr. ahmadinejad has used both his speeches here at the un to set out his world view and it is one in stark contrast to those in the western capital. he believes that capitalism is collapsing. he believes that the current world order needs to be swept away, that
coming down from canada. the west coast, you have been cool as of late, but at warm-up this weekend. a big front in the middle of the country, dividing the air to the east. another system in the northern rockies and another big storm in the gulf of alaska affecting mostly british columbia a few clouds from seattle to the puchapucget sound. it will be warm. temperatures are going to jump especially saturday into sunday. the only cool spot behind this little clipper-type system that's really moving fast through the northern rockies. the forecast for today, as i mentioned, the only chilly air up in seattle. everybody else, mild. beautiful around boise and vegas, nice. 96. you'll get hotter. phoenix, back up into the triple digits. los angeles, beautiful, warm weather, middle of summer-type weather over the next couple of days. into the 90s in most areas by saturday and sunday. san francisco, some of the most beautiful weather you've seen. 82 and sunny. we couldn't buy that. roseburg, oregon, 79 and sunny. one of the nicer days you've seen in a while. >>> warmer this weekend. show you t
's lose in anaheim tonight 3-2. three countries in three days. canada tonight, usa tomorrow and germany on monday. the sharks get around. last week they were one of the smartest athletes in the country. smart guys can rap, too. the stanley cup champion allowed three goals in a 1.5-hour period. the number one public university in the country forced to cut five sports programs -- all budget cuts, baseball among them. cal state produced major league players. part of a $4 million budget cut. even rugby, the world renowned rugby squad, 25 national titles, the program will be demoeted to a varsity club sport. >>> when we return, a familiar face cppp d 9e camp and .ds ki stay with us. [ bell rings ] what are you doing, friending somebody? yeah. you got time for that? you got time to earn more on your savings, online at capitalone.com. that's new school banking, baby! instead of earning squatootski... your savings will be earning three times the national average. now, let's review. capital one interestplus savings... at three times more. go to capitalone.com. what's in your wallet? are you a pi
a hugep notlation. >> reporter: with watches posted from florida to as north as canada, communities are getting ready. they're building sand birms to protect whatever mother nature has to uffer and closing seawall in coastal city, maryland, where the mayors are urging labor day weekend vacationers to delay, not cancel the travel plans. >> we expect a quarter of million people coming to the city. what we advise is they wait until the event passes. >> reporter: in the meantime, you can see the rough seas behind me. for that reason, as a precaution, the u.s. coast guard is closing state commercial ports in moorhead city and also in wilmington and ordering vessels to stay in their mooring as a precaution until the hurricane moves out of the waters. >> jim: thank you, and be safe. another offshore oil rig exploded. west of the site where b.p. oil rig did in april. 13 crew members were rescued but one was injured. the rest are said to be tired and hungry. >> it's certainly too early to know what sparked the fire. the coast guard plans to do interview with those rescued to determine the ca
canada in gordon county georgia. a man lost control of his car, crashed and burst into flames. the deputies and a passer by tried to knock down the flames. and finally broke a door window to pull the driver to safety. >>> and just announced, a book sale unlike any other. you could call it the ultimate best seller. auction use sotheby's says this book "birds of america" is the most expensive in the world. expected to go for about $9 million. wow. the auction on november 7 will also offer what sotheby's labels the most important book in american literature,irst pholio of 1623 contains all the plays of william shakespeare. that anticipated price? abou$2 kemillion. take a look at this video. is it a young girl running after a ball that goes into the street. it's part of a traffic safety campaign in canada designed to make drivers slow down.
this morning. we're cutting the ribbon on autumn. it's cooled down a lot. dry air all the way from canada is in place this morning. and it's cool. weather watchers reporting in, thanks for checking in, greatly appreciate your faithful report. right now it's in the 50s in most locations in the shenandoah valley, the blue ridge of virginia, and much of western maryland. and far western maryland, the mountains of west virginia, only in the 40s. south and east, weather watchers reporting around the bay right near the waters in the upper 60s, but away from the waters, only near 60 there. and a cool weather pattern will be with us for the next several days as the canadian high pressures has moved in and is in place this morning and will be here into saturday. we'll have highs today reaching the upper 70s to near 80. winds should increase a bit, too, with sunshine. sunny again tomorrow with highs in the southwest and another cool morning, cool again saturday morning, increasing clouds saturday with a high near 80. finally much needed rain on sunday. looks like it will dry out for the n. time for
is now a tropical storm causing problems in canada. the northeast u.s. was spared much of the major damage, but did not escape entirely unscathed when earl blew by. >> did you not see the high water here? >> you can't see nothing. >> we will have the aftermath when we come back. >>> and a mountain of debris crashes down on a village in china. the death toll is rising. with d with the best coverage in america including a 100,000 mile powertrain warranty. that's 40,000 more miles than ford. chevy silverado half-ton. a consumers digest best buy and the most dependable, longest lasting full-size pickups on the road. now get 0% apr for 72 months on 2010 silverado half-ton models with an average finance savings around $5,800. you must be looking for motorcycle insurance. you're good. thanks. so is our bike insurance. all the coverage you need at a great price. hold on, cowboy. cool. i'm not done -- for less than a dollar a month, you also get 24/7 roadside assistance. right on. yeah, vroom-vroom! sounds like you ran a 500. more like a 900 v-twin. excuse me. well, you're excused. th
toppled trees, knocked out power to 250,000 people all in canada. earl is being blamed for one death, a man who drowned off of halifax while trying to secure his boat. >>> here's your labor day forecast. stormy in the middle of the country. 80-mile-an-hour winds, large hail, isolated tornados from minnesota to kansas. windy in the dakotas, montana and wyoming. heavy rain across southern texas. showers in the pacific northwest. >> 60s in seattle, billings and fargo. 71 in salt lake city. 81 in colorado springs. mostly 80s across the midwest. 78 in boston. 82 in baltimore. and 88 in atlanta. >>> it looks like the san diego bay is getting a visit from the pirates of the caribbean. >> people in southern california enjoying the festival of sail this labor day weekend. more than a dozen tall ships from around the world have dropped anchor in the port of san diego. >> visitors can explore those vessels, take a little bit of entertainment and food, and even go for a ride around the bay. the holiday weekend at all. >> it would be tough to fit one of those in those bottles. i think. it's tough
carolina to new england to canada as a massive storm bears down on the east coast. we'll get the latest from the director of the national hurricane center. he's standing by live. and russia's military is blowing up tanks and missile launchers with a lot of air. we'll show you what's behind this secret inflatable arsenal. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> we begin with the breaking news. an oil and gas production platform caught fire in the gulf of mexico today about 100 miles off the coast of louisiana. mariner energy, the company that owns the platform, says the fire began at one of seven active wells connected to the rig. 13 workers were forced overboard, but the coast guard says no one was hurt. the coast guard reports an oil sheen, although the company says there was no hydrocarbon spill. production from the platform recently averaged about 9 million cubic feet of natural gas and 1,400 barrels of oil each day. let's get some more from cnn's tom forman who is working this story for us. what do we know, tom? >> reporter: hi, wolf, mainly what we don't know at this
that canada, and listen, let's not sugar-coat it. it's not that everybody in canada thinks there are no issues with immigration. but canada has developed a different view of immigrants that you argue is more welcoming. >> well, i just looked at the data. you know, people are yelling and screaming about this in arizona, and 15% of the work force or the population is immigrants. in the united states, the city with the highest percentage of immigrants is miami. it's about 35%. in toronto or vancouver, virtually half the people are immigrants or what we call in canada, new canadians. and i think, yeah, there are problems here in canada. but the problem is, should the immigrant who is driving a cab but has a degree in dentistry or law or health care, should they be able to use their skills fully and build the economy and and i'll tell you what's really interesting. over in vancouver, which has an equal percentage of immigrants and have been attracting immigran immigrants from asia, when microsoft had to build a new laboratory, it said we can't get the skilled people in the seattle area. they put it
pounded coastal new england last night and on the way to canada. bringing heavy winds and heavy rains but no major problems except for minor flooding and power ought ages. we'll go live to cape cod on how the residents handled the storm. rick, you are ready for a nap? >> thank you, i like that. earl is moving out of here. little bit of rain remains. couple of thing tropicals. this was gaston and will likely become something later today and tomorrow . impact us posentially. this flair up could have pulled off north. that is earl moving around bang lor at this point . within a couple of four or five hours it is done for us . we will be done for earl. that is good news. we'll have complete sunshine much of the eastern sea board and so planning your labor day weekend, behind the storm things are looking beautiful. stay out of the water to let the rip currents go away. tomorrow things will be great. >> a state of emergency declared in new zealand christchurch. a second earthquake hit there this morning. a lot of people are trapped. happens of buildings are collapse power is out to thousand
on you to keep up the good work, to keep knocking on doors, keep dialing phones as to give canada's across the country or support. -- candidates across the country your support. on behalf of the national republican congressional committee, thank you for all of you have done in the name of those ideals. i urge you to continue your efforts. with your help, we will win in november. thank you, very much. i hope you have a good evening. [applause] >> honestly, the chairman says it better than i ever could. i will just thank you on his behalf. thank you for everything that you have done. thank you for your help in special auctions and in house races across the country. definitely keep up the good work. do not hesitate to come to us to let us know what else we can do to help you be as affected as we can the -- effective as we can be. [applause] >> ok, since we are talking a little bit about taxes, i would like to mention that our dallas chapter has something coming up. those of you that my fault-find your way in the great state of texas, ♪ find your way to the great state of -- find yo
for the united states are being diverted to canada. this at a time when, as jim miklaszewski is telling us, there's been unconfirmed reports there's another hijacking. all takeoffs were stopped, but they were planes in the air, obviously, at the time of these first two attacks on the twin trade towers and then on the pentagon. >> andrea mitchell is standing by with more information. she was at the state department. andrea? >> reporter: the state department, as you know, has been evacuated. secretary of state colin powell is now en route on home from lima, peru. he did not get to his destination of bogota, colombia, today. so that trip canceled. he as all other officials heading back. state department officials and the white house officials and the nsc have been evac waited. conde rice was in the situation room. cia director george tenet has been holding meetings in his office in langley, virginia. as we reported earlier, key fbi team members from their rescue efforts and anti-coordinating terror team were stranded in monterey, california, where they were on a secret exercise, military exercise. >
whole lot worse. what about our friends in canada? what can they expect? >> well, they're going to get a direct hit as this system, they're going to get the next real landfall as it comes across. it's going to go over nova scotia, prince edward island, and on out into the rest of the maritime and it'll probably be going into what we call an extra tropical or more like a winter storm phase toward the end of that cycle but they'll certainly get the strong tropical storm force winds on nova scotia and prince edward island tomorrow as the storm goes through there. >> we wish them only the best. let's look ahead for the next month or two until the end of this hurricane season. what do we expect? >> well, you get plenty of storms during this peak of the hurricane season and as you can see on this animation, they're lined up pretty much all across afr kachlt the waves are coming across. here is one that came off yesterday that we're watching in our outlook. this was gaston. those are the next two in line from the so-called area. we're watching an area down here south of mexico and a system in
diverted to canada. still no clailim of responsibity that ihis veriable or credible at this time. yasser arafat has condemned this attack saying it's shocking and appalling. >> of course, we should mention back in february of 1993 was when that bomb went off in the garage of the world trade center, killing six people, injuring 1,000 people. and that, of course, was an unbelievable scene. but compared to this, it seems actually-- >> this is what they intended to do back then. >> -- minor. let's go to bob haeger who has information for us. bob? >> reporter: katie, i was just thinking as you commented there about the various planes involved. the one that we know of so far, because it's confirmed by american airlines, is that that flight 11 which had been scheduled from boston's logan airport to los angeles,that flight 11 was hijacked this morning. and it is presumed that that may thatbeen one of the planes went into one of the towers of the world trade center. there were at least two more planes involved in this because the other tower was hit. and then the pentagon was also there were eyew
boomtown of shenzhen. he worked and studied in canada and the u.s. now in his late 30s, he was building a hotel. >> i need to have something tangible, something we can build year by year, a steady business. we feel if we can provide high- quality service with four-star facilities, we shouldn't have any problem getting business. i actually have no experience of running a hotel. from the start, when i knew nothing, to now, i've had to deal with every single detail. we've hired about ten people. and they're all crazy busy. it's very stressful. >> narrator: on top of his job, weimin had new responsibilities: taking care of his parents. >> ( translated ): a little over a month ago, my mom had a stroke. she was a manager at her old factory, but the factory was privatized. so she lost her insurance. that's very common in china these days. >> ( translated ): so it's the kids, in this case, my sister and i, who have to shoulder the cost. so far we have spent almost $6,000. but the thing is, there'll be a lot more to come. because the biggest problem is we have no idea when she'll get better, and
lucky here in the united states, our friends in canada won't be so lucky. earl is about to make landfall as a very strong tropical storm in nova scotia. so the most damage that earl will sprou going to happen take up this from halifax down to nova scotia. 70-miles-per-hour winds, but the storm is moving quickly. so by later today, the storm will be long gone. so what's next? september is the peak of the hurricane season. usually one storm after another. it looks like we'll miss the storm once again. this is a slow moving system, should be near puerto rico about five days from now, so we have plenty of time to watch it and there's no threat to the united states as we go through the labor day weekend. back to you. >>> overseas, they're still as cessing the damage this morning after a major earthquake in new zealand. it measure 7.1 and was centered on the south island just west of christ church, the country's second largest city. melissa stokes of tvnz is in christ church for us. we know there was certain for people trapped in rubble. what do we know about any rescues or cualties at this ho
it was $8.5 million went into rehabbing and spiffing up this border patrol station on the border of canada there. well now, apparently, a senator, democrat in montana says you know what? let's just close this thing down now because the canadians don't really have any interest in helping us out with this whole border patrol station. let's close it down. we spent that money. no big deal. >> the problem -- ok, so here's the problem, we were -- all those stimulus dollars, 23 million going to improve at some of these border patrol crossings. border stations, ports as they call them. to spend $8 million on the way we highlighted on the map, white tail is in a rural area. it's predominantly used by farmers but it's crazy that they would start spending $8 million on it. nobody ever picked up the phone and said hey, canada, we're going to spend $8 million on our side. what are you going to do? had they picked up the phone, they would have found out canada would have said you are? we're closing our side which effectively, we close our side as well. >> this is another example of the president being
to forget our friends up there in canada, they are likely to see a landfalling tropical storm about 8:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. the bottom line is a glancing blow from a storm that once was a beast and now barely a hurricane. >>> a short time ago, officials lifted the evacuation order for dare county, north carolina, it was enough to cause flooding and power outages to thousands of people. considering that earl was a category 4 storm just yesterday, north carolina's governor says it could have been much worse. 12k >> we dodged a bullet, purely and simply, north carolina has dodged a bullet and we are glad that storm is out of our state. happy labor day weekend, it will be for north carolina. >> ron mott joins us from kill devil hills, ron, how is it looking out there. >> reporter: from a category 4 to a category 1. i can see just to our south here that there are some blue skies headed our way, and by about 3:00 or 4:00 eastern time, we're expected to be mostly sunny with temperatures rising rapidly back into the 90s here, it's going to be a great weather weekend for the labor day holiday.
it got started. across the border from canada, but they have ties to where it began. >> he glue up there. the u.s. marshalls say when they arrested him they found him asleep in a couch at a friend in his old neighborhood. they found what they believed was the suspect's stolen chevy blazer with the interior burned out. that vehicle was parked behind a local shopping ball. >> shepard: what do we know why this guy was a suspect? a lot of reasons if for that. >> they had security video showing them leaving at the same time early wednesday morning. because of the suspect sex to offender status, they were suspicious and they searched the home north of charlotte. then they searched a motel where the witnesses believe he had been staying last week. finally, evidence led them to a self-storage you want where they found the victim's body wrapped in some material. >> shepard >> shepard: jonathan serrie, live tonight. the suspect of a serial stabber faces one count can of murder and four counts of attempted murder. police earlier charged a 33-year-old seen here in a non-fatal stabbing that did not e
it made an emergency landing in stockhm olm this morning. the flight was en route from canada to pakistan. the man in custody sufficient pakistani origin and has been detained for questioning. police are searching that plane right now. if nothing suspicious is found the passengers will be free to continue their journey on that plane bound for pakistan. >>> let's go to washington. new this morning, president obama is ripping the gop over the newly unveiled pledge to america. house republicans first shared the details of his plan on thursday. this morning, the gop says its pledge to slash taxes and cut spending represents a new way forward that hasn't been tried in washington. but the president isn't impressed with the proposals. >> many were the very same policies that tloed the economic crisis in the first place, which isn't surprising since many of the leaders were among the architects of that failed policy. >> nbc's mike viqueira is live at the white house. good morning to you. so the republicans aren't just defending their plan this morning. they are deciding to go out on the attack, t
countries, including great britain, australia, canada, the netherlands, and israel, allow open service by lesbian and gay troops. we have no greater allies than great britain, austria, canada, and israel, and none of these countries, not one, reports morale or recruitment problems. at least nine of these countries have deployed their forces alongside american troops in operation iraqi freedom, and at least 12 of these nations are allowing open service and are currently fighting alongside u.s. troopsn afghanistan. there's a cost involved in our current policy. according to a 2005 g.a.o. report, american taxpayers spend more than $30 million each year to train replacement for gay troops discharged under the don't ask, don't policy. the total costs reported since the statute was implemented, according to g.a.o., has been nearly $200 million and that doesn't count the administrative and legal costs associated with investigations and hearings. the military schooling of gay troops, such as pilot training and linguist training. we are losing highly-skilled troops to this policy. according to
recovery. what other areas to the canada is think we need to challenge the media consensus in order to run the argument for the margin the biggest political problem is looking into an aisle at the financial system relation. we have to set forward a credible alternative. we need to pay back the deficit. more should come from taxes, because times like this, if you have cuts that we're looking at,, and a difficult argument that this should not give the nhs increases right now. i would give inflationary increases. >> it is right to say that we should challenge the media consensus. i would challenge on this. this leadership election is a race between the two miliband brothers. we want to say to you is that there is -- it will not be the media decides the election, but the labour party. >> the most dangerous media consensus, the national minimum wage, saving on our national health service, improving schools faster than anywhere, the greatest danger for the labour party in the future britain is that we have stagnant wages when we're more confident than we were in 1997 and we have to depend that w
. >> great weather. >> we should have that nonstorm -- storm more often. >> people in canada wo >> of course, people in canada will agree, they got a hit yesterday, tropical storm. >> nova scotia, yeah. >> tell you what is happening down in the gulf of mexico. there has been a big job down where crews have raised that massive blowout preventer from the deep. this is what it looks like, all the talk has been about these months, five-story tall, 300-ton piece of machinery it is now on a rig headed to a nasa facility, engineers will get their first closeup look and try to figure out why it didn't do its job, didn't seal the oil like it was supposed to. the latest on the investigation, a live report from one of the ships over the site. >> okay. also, it is no secret that midterm elections could be a challenge for incumbents, especially those on the democratic side of the aisle. now, reports are swirling that much-needed help on the campaign trail could be on its way from the white house, from the first lady. find out why it is michelle obama and not the president that congressional democrats wan
but one manufacturer, bombardier of canada. federal records show in the last two years, there have been only two such incidents involving airliners made by other companies but in that time you have the six bombardier incidents, two in the last four days plus chicago, atlanta, ontario, california, and philadelphia. in each case, the planes landed safely without injuries to those on board, but with that many accidents involving similar aircraft made pie by the same company, authorities want to know if that's a pattern. the f.a.a. and national transportation safety board are investigating and aviation investigators say wear and tear could be an issue. >> they're designed and used for short-haul uses of passengers so they may take off and land three five, seven, 10 times a day sometimes. so their landing gear are put under a lot more stress. >> reporter: today bombardier said it would support any investigation. dean reynolds, cbs news, chicago. >> couric: in health news, there's been a lot of debate about what causes attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, commonly called a.d.h.d. some sa
between the u.s. and canada ruptured, pouring at least 800,000 gallons of crude in the waterway surrounding this town. fouling the air with a noxious odor, threatening the water and, as seen in this home video, drenching local wildlife. now, that mess has turned into another one. the canadian energy giant that owns the pipeline, enbridge, is accused of deceptive tactics by dozens of homeowners affected by the spill. >> they don't know what they're signing and they sign a lot of their rights if they don't know what they're signing. >> reporter: in a giant investigation with the center for public integrity, cbs news obtained these two documents. one is this settlement form. some residents claim the company coerced them to sign it for a $300 air purifier and some evacuation expenses. in exchange releasing enbridge from and against all liability, claims and actions. the company disputes that. the other document was this release form allowing enbridge access to any and all medical records, one that had to be signed, residents claim, before enbridge would pay for a visit to a clinic.
.s. has fallen in terms of generosity behind new zealand, ireland, australia, canada, the u.s. is tied for fifth place now with switzerland. >>> education secretary arnie duncan was at a d.c. high school to announce this year's list of blue ribbon schools. they are being recognized for efforts to raise achievement levels of disadvantaged and minority students. 300 schools were named. you can see the full list on our website tonight at nightly.msnbc.com. we also learned today u.s. fighter jets were nearly launched last month to shoot down an unmanned navy drone that had gone astray in the air space near the nation's capital. the admiral in charge of the northern command said he was in the operations center when controllers lost contact with the drone on radar and it flew into restricted air space. just as the fighter aircraft were about to launch apparently the navy managed to reprogram the drone and bring it back. >>> on wall street today, stocks finished modestly higher on a very light trading day. the dow finished up just over 28 points. when our broadcast continues tonight from new
into canada by this time tomorrow night. what do we owe for the nice timely shredding of this big storm? >> well, it was a combination of things, brian. the storm went through a cycle. it was a weakening ski ining cyt came to cape hatteras and the jet stream affected it. there's where the hurricane force sustained winds were. only about 60 miles off of cape hatteras last night. these were the hurricane-force gusts. we got 82, 83 mile an hour gusts on the cape. it did what it was supposed to do and we were just lucky. this is going to be one of those "could have been worse" situations. here we go into mid evening tonight. there you see tropical storm-force winds on cape cod there, the very tip of long island and the hurricane-force winds stay offshore. then late tonight and into early tomorrow, the end of the cape gets clipped and so does nantucket. there's still going to be problems there. even in the metro boston area, they have a flash flood watch for the boston providence corridor from fringe effects. by morning it's done. the weekend looks good, but we still have to get through this
at the stream of moisture from east of florida and the bahamas up to maine, southern canada, just a stream of tropical moisture. it as a rich field of moisture. still headed our way. we could easily see two to three more inches of rain. that tropical moisture continues to flood in our region. by tomorrow afternoon the system should be through. drier air comes. cooler temperatures it. looks like a pretty nice weekend shaping up. gale warning lifted. southeast winds up to 0 to 40 knots at times. tonight still rain, could be heavy and more flooding. 64 tomorrow. rain in the morning. probably until 9:00 or 10:00 and sunshine breaking through, rose disci and a much nice per afternoon. high of 72 degrees. he'll have the weekend coming up. >> still to come tonight, heavy rains along the east coast. the problems it's causing in maryland. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> it is 6:30, 77 degrees with leet rain. here's some of the stories people are talking about. we've been telling you about the heavy rains causing power outages and dangerous driving conditions across the state. for example, this car became st
night. we will clear to mark after some showers and storms in the morning. much cooler air from canada over the weekend. 69 on sunday. >> thank you. it is 68 degrees on tv hill. much more ahead -- >> including a look at your answers to our water cooler question of the day. >> here is a look at last night's winning maryland lottery numbers. good luck. man: let me see the map. just drive, we'll get there! adventure runs on dunkin', with our lineup of oven-toasted breakfast sandwiches. grab your favorite, just the way you like it. with three freshly baked bagel twists for only $3, like our delicious new tomato basil or sweet chocolate chip, so grab three for 3 today. [ ding! ] >> are you tired of playing tricks with their kids to get them to eat healthy foods? a california business is trying to make it easier for you. carrot farmers are marketing carrots like junk food, making them appear to be fun. there are trying to attract kids of all ages. --re are ^ vending machines there are carrot vending machines. let me know how that works out for you. >> my kids like carrots. >> tried brussels
in canada. still descend-sized waves on the east coast. a lot of rip currents in florida, volusia county had 30-some rescues over the weekend. the forecast takes it out to sea over the next 24, 36 hours and not effecting more land areas. we get a break from the tropics this week and a break from any bad weather. we had a lot of heavy rain this weekend in south texas. corpus christi almost ten inches of rain. still cloudy and cooler, though. the nation is kind of divided now. high pressure over the great lakes, hot conditions over the southeast. the exception being where we are getting those pesky showers from corpus christi to brownsville. once you're north of there, it's going to be steamy. dallas in the 90s once again. 94 today. kansas city to denver, 90. summer is not letting go quite yet. but it's a cooler fall air mass. if you live in the great lakes, the mid-atlantic or new england, it's going to be a gorgeous fall-like week. temperatures today and tomorrow around 75 in new york. d.c. almost near 80. one of those days where you can get outside, if you can get away with it, take your ex
. kelly. >> thanks, wyatt. a town in canada is trying a futuristic way to get drivers to slow down. what looks like a girl running after a ball in the street is really just a painting, but it is painted in such a way as you drive up to it it appears three- dimensional. it is part a big push to get drivers to follow the rules. >> we see speeding. we see ignoring parking, no parking regulations, talking on cell phones, et cetera, so really just irresponsible driving behavior. >> the illusion is in a trial period for about a week while officials see if it really does any good. >>> in terms of high fashion plus used to be a minus. not any more. some of the biggest names in the business now embrace more generous figures. >> storm gear and promotional consideration provided by l l bean. ty tax as well as a lot of fee increases. as you know, there's a big difference between fees and taxes. but...they're the same. it's a tax. it's a tax. it's a tax. it's a tax. there's a big difference between fees and taxes. fees and taxes are one in the same. if it comes out of my pocket, it's a tax. now he sa
the air masses are strong enough to push south, but they do not have the trajectory coming out of canada that they will later in october and november when you get the trail in the air. the -- the chill in the air. fort umar, high pressure will push through -- for tomorrow, high pressure will push through. 70's and 80's. we will call a 30% chance of scattered showers thursday night and then after that another long stretch of dry days. it 62 in the morning in this city, 50's in the suburbs. we should live up to about 80 in the afternoon on thursday. as we head into friday, a couple of showers possible in the morning. then we get back to sunshine. the rain will be pretty much finished sunshine in the forecast saturday, sunday, monday, and tuesday and the temperature back in the mid 80's for next week. >> a double dose of wyck out on abc7 prime-time tonight. -- a double dose of wipe out on abc7 prime-time tonight. we do not need these people getting injured. >> and no, not at all. >> no mercy tonight on wipe out at 8:00 and 9:00 followed by no witness and abc7 news at 11:00 p.m. >> coming up
. build off the system to make it more rational. by the way, canada did not start off immediately with a single payer system. they had a similar transition set. >> transitioning a system is costly and lengthy enterprise. not like you turn off a switch and go from one system to another. >> glenn: i mean, america, let me ask you this. how do the c.b.o. numbers make any difference? what is it? $954 billion. whoa! that's a party in my pants. thank for sending that one by. how does that make a difference? the "new york times" said that every major part of this health bill is about redistribution of wealth. did you see that? when we were on the air saying it's about the redistribution of wealth. this isn't about healthcare. this is changing money, taking it from the rich and giving it to the poor. we were mock and called crazy. now the "new york times" says that. senator from montana saying that this is redistributive change. that's what this healthcare is about. the other story today is about 20, 2 -- 2020. every tax dollar will be eaten up by social security, medicare and medicaid and
odierno made a toupee of colbert's hair. >>> public protests from coalition barns, britain and canada led the banning. the new video game allows a player to be a taliban fighter and shoot u.s. soldiers. the defense minister says it trilizes the losses of war. >>> on the "cbs moneywatch," stocks in asia bounce back today. ashley morrison is here in new york with more on that. >> good morning to you. asian markets were up as concerns about europe's debt crisis eased. knee can kay w japan's nikkei was up a fraction as well as the hang seng. >>> wednesday bank stocks sent the market higher. the dow gained 47 46 point while the nasdaq added 20. >>> job openings jumped in july for the first time in five months. the labor department says the number of jobs advertised rose by more than 6% to just over 3 million. that is the highest since april. but the competition for those jobs is fierce. on average, five people are vying for each open spot. >>> with people worried about their jobs, they're keeping the plastic at home. consumers' borrowing fell again in july. households cut back on their credit
about what is happening. we have some showers to the north pushing through this great lakes in to canada, northern new york and new england and high pressure demeanor nateing our weather once again. we need rain, though. we have a six-inch deficit for the year. some spots of virginia really dry. temperatures in the 50s in a few spots. yesterday morning a lot of 40s out west. now cool spot being 55 in cumberland and stanton. we are at 70 here in town and also on the bay. 66 tappahannock. 59 in frederick. looking at the day at a glance. 84 by noon. upper 80s at 5:00. top off at 90. i will tell you hen the next best chance of rain is coming up. >>> good morning. it is great outside. >> you are already at work. >> you are right. >> i want to remind you that everyone is going back too school today so expect more crowded streets than usual. right now 95 northbound is all clear south of dumfries. to the outer loop, no problems to report north of the district live from university and 95 and the bw parkway, looks like nothing but green cars telling us drivers are moving at speed past 32 to 495. b
. canada... how are you? 'm doing great, how 'bout you? right here on 119th street. if we could fix is blo, then we could fix the next block, then we could fix the nt block... we promised parents, if your child stays with us, i guarantee you that child is going to gradua from colle. failure is simply not an option. the sixty...the seventy... the eighty... the ninety-seven blocks which ends up being 10,000 children. we start wh children from birth, and stay with those children until they graduate. if you really want to have an impact that is large, you will get there going one step at a time. there is no act that is too small to make a difference. no matter what you want to do, members project from americaexpress can help you take the first step. vote, volunteer or donate at membersproject.com. like medicare. this year, like always, we'll have our guaranteed benefits, and with the new heahcare law, more good things are coming: free check-ups, lower prescription costs, and better ways to protect us and medicare frofraud. see what else is new. i think you're gonna like it. ♪ you struggle to
the same director. the oscar winner, davis guggenhime, featuring jeffrey canada who shows great schools even in poor neighborhoods. this week the department of education announced grants to replicate his success in 20 more cities. >> i thought it was a little slanted because i think that there are a lot of great public schools. >> does anyone in your group think the status quo is working? >> no, not at all. >> reporter: they also agree on what's at stake. >> you know, i want to be a teach teacher. >> reporter: a child's future. >> i want to be a nurse. >> i want to be a doctor. >> reporter: michelle miller cbs news new york. >>> taye tee perry tapes for zest m "sesame street" has been kicked to the curb. yesterday producers announced they would not air it after receiving complaints of parents. overnight she tweeted looks like my play date with elmo has been cut short. i'm a little hot here. >>> i'm terrell brown. this is the "cbs morning news." words alone aren't enough. my job is to listen to the needs and frustrations of the shrimpers and fishermen, hotel or restaurant workers who los
. earl is being blamed for one death in canada. a man who drowned off halifax. >>> and another storm menacing the gulf coast this morning. right now, a tropical depression off texas that could become tropical storm hermine. it's expected to make landfall in mexico tonight, which means heavy rain and flooding across southern texas starting today. >>> and now for this morning's weather from around the country. severe storms in the nation's midsection. 80-mile-an-hour winds, large hail and the chance of tornadoes and flash flooding. in the twin cities, des moines and omaha. windy from the dakotas and wyoming. light rain in seattle meanwhile, showers in south florida. >> 90s from miami to dallas. 80s here in new york and 78 in boston. 80s in detroit to kansas city, 73 in minneapolis. 60s in fargo, billings and seattle. phoenix heats up to 106. sacramento, 94, albuquerque, 90. >>> when we come back on this monday morning, restaurants tried to cash in on all you fantasy football players. >>> plus, the white house is ready to roll out another plan to help struggling homeowners. can this one
to canada and weakens but clearly a storm we'll be watching and one more look at the future cast. you can see how the storm is creeping up. by 2:00 afternoon, may be the first feeder bans get ing to the outer banks. thousand hatteras. i think later today or this evening that will happen. for us, we continue to watch earl and we're watching the heat. temperatures today will be in the mid-90s. low 90s tomorrow. friday more clouds around, slight chance we'll see a shower. we're going to be too far west in the metro for really any rain in the upper 80s and nice comfortable weekend. lower 80s. >> like the little flag. >> got to celebrate the holiday. >> that's right. hey, everybody. hope you're off to a great start this morning. right now our first real tieup this morning hit and miss early. an accident in fredericks, maryland where it meets route 26 and we know drivers are losing couple of right lanes. we're going to move you out to the outer loop in maryland where everything is looking great, making your way into virginia crossing that american legion bridge. we have more construction we're
into canada. that could actually suck it back around and suck it back into atlantic canada, maybe toward greenland and iceland. so this thing may not be just done with one turn. it may come up, it may come in, and it may turn back. now, that turn back is cape cod. that's ugly. if this turn doesn't happen soon enough, that's landfall, north carolina, that's ugly. and then somewhere here, that would be right there, still in the cone, that would be long island. how many people are going to be out there. >> a lot of people go out there. >> absolutely. fonch >> for the labor day weekend. i knew if i gave you half an inch, would you blame canada somehow. >> never blame our people in atlantic canada. love them, love nova scotia. >> we will, of course -- cnn is your hurricane center for this, and we will stay on top of it. chad will. thanks, chad. >>> the phrase almost synonymous with dead ends, but peace talks under way in washington. a special u.s. envoy says this time may be different. i'll show you what they're talking about when they come back. there's no way to hide it. sir, have you been
. because fall and cool air is up in canada. it's bumping up against that really moist, hot air over the middle of the country. that's why we're going to get wet weather especially on this front as it sags through iowa and northern missouri, wisconsin, eventually even into chicago. we'll have to watch out for a chance of strong storms. eastern seaboard, high pressure in control. this is a cooler air. it's once the high moves away, that return flow, that really warms things up. trouble spot today maybe going in and out of the minneapolis airport early this morning. but those storms are already starting to head out. eventually they'll work their way through wisconsin, much of iowa. they shouldn't arrive into chicago until later this afternoon or this evening. so the forecast for your tuesday, nice conditions. new england, cool start. beautiful afternoon. same with d.c. but hot weather from atlanta down through montgomery, shreveport, memphis. these areas had a very hot summer, lynn, and it's going to continue today. i mean, usually, an example, in louisville, three weeks ago we should
silver and gold. it started in canada. this is a big picture play. i think gold is going. if we get a pullback in october in gold, i would buy that. >> tom: in 20 second, you like i.a.u., one of the gold e.t.f.s that hold the precious metal. do you trade it or hold on to it? >> it could be both. what i like, versus the g.l.d., which so many people talk about, which is $120 stock, this mirrors the price of gold and the $12 stock. it is something the average investor can buy, and still buying quality and don't have to commit as much capital. >> tom: how about disclosures for what we mentioned here tonight? >> i own and trade all of them. >> tom: it is mark leibovit, chief market strategist at >> tom: that's "nightly business report" for friday, september 24. i'm tom hudson. goodnight everyone and have a great weekend. you too, susie. >> susie: good night tom. i'm susie gharib have a good weekend everyone. we hope to see all of you again monday night. "nightly business report" is made possible by: this program was made possible by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you
shows one go monitorial canada is pulling ahead. martin o'malley has an 11 point advantage right now. the poll has a margin of error of plus or minus 3%. the top issue is the economy. urlich has the support of gop voters but not trying to cross back in 2002. -- but not drawing the cross party appeal that helped him win back in 2002. join us for a closer look at their race tonight at 7:00 and abc 7. >>> house democrats face accusations of abuse of power and the senate moves ahead to a senate bill. >> the gop report comes out+ today. there are really going for the jugular, wrong direction, the wrong bill, they're wrong time. >> basically saying the democrats have done they have not got things done, and there in the rules they imposed, and do not give the minority a consideration. talk about today, thank goodness the government will keep running. >> not surprisingly congress will have a catch-calall spendig bill. it assignq" congress's giving up, they want to get out of town, go home and campaign and get ready for the midterm elections and deal with this later after the elections. -- it
. >> reporter: a group of friends who planned to spend the week in this house is now on the road to canada. >> we're heading back to >> reporter: 18 hours? >> yes, straight. >> reporter: today, the one road off the island was a slow-moving mess. >> they won't let us stay. >> reporter: the storm is fearsome and still forecast to but state officials worry it >> there have been times when people have sworn to us it's not going to touch us and within three hours it's right on top of us. bottled water, generators and 300,000 peoples to north carolina and massachusetts. >> we could see watches and warnings continue to move up the east coast. that's why it's so important for residents to have an evacuation plan ready to go if the orders are called for. >> reporter: fema says residents from north carolina to maine should look out for storm surge. a moving wall of water that could do terrible things to low-lying areas, highlighted here in blue. this is cape cod. in the path of earl, and home to half a million summer residents. the winds have started to pick up. and the waves are certainly telling u
republican candidate mike canada is until a surprising win. she got a lot of help from the tea party express, a california political committee that poured more than $230,000 into her campaign. >>> in new york, veteran congressman charles rangel has won his democratic primary despite waiting a trial before the house ethics committee. he has hinted he might be willing to agree it a settlement of those charges. in new hampshire, it happens the tea party candidate will win the republican senate nomination. he is leading the gop-backed candidate. >>> sarah shourd was greeted by her mother when she arrived last night from iran. she was let go after oman mediated a deal for a $500,000 bail. shourd spent 13 months behind bars. her fiance and friends are still being held on spying charges. all three maintained they accidentally crossed into iran during a hike. >>> officials are trying to determine the cause of an explosion at a tennessee plant. it happened at a plant near memphis that specializes in military flares. six people were injured. they had to be airlifted to a hospital. firefighters had to
head into friday look at this. we're well in the warm sector. the low is almost in canada with the warm front up into ontario. we're going to be sitting for three days of some pretty serious temperatures around here, especially for late september. high temperatures today look winchester, culpeper 93. about 83 just because the water temperatures on the bay is going to keep annapolis cooler. gaithersburg at airport 89. hagerstown 91. tonight it's going to be another mild night. 60s to low 70s for lows. annapolis 71 while perhaps martinsburg 62. one of our cooler spots at 66. in the tropics things are fairly quiet. still lisa out there. winds at 45 miles an hour. not moving quickly. forecast over the next few days to get to maybe there. we'll watch lisa but it is a fairly quiet, thankfully, period at least for the moment in the tropics. our seven-day forecast. we've got 90, 90, 92. chance for those afternoon storms today and tomorrow. saturday, we start to cooldown. i suppose by friday night early saturday there's a chance for shower but it's pretty light. late sunday, monday into tuesday
plains, parts of the midwest, and then central canada all the way down through the plain states on thursday it's going to look a whole lot wetter for you here, and there will be the chance of some stormier weather developing. some thundershowers are going to be possible. the northeast does stay quite warm again today. 34 degrees from new york. d.c. all the way down into atlanta. so pretty steamy weather here. it is getting a little bit cooler for toronto. 28 in here. and even 29 in chicago. things should start cooling down here in the northeast in the days to come. all right? so that is a look at your weather for now. and here is your three-day outlook. ♪ ♪ >>> the bank of japan will offer low-interest loans for a year to financial institutions starting next week. it's part of a new scheme to boost the economy. the central bank will provide loans with an annual interest rate of .1%. 47 private banks will borrow a total of about $5.5 billion. the funds will finance 1,342 projects. the boj says $1.3 billion will be loaned to environment and energy companies. regional businesse
and the way that we deliver it. >> next question. hi. >> hi. my name is bob. i am from toronto, canada. i am a software developer. my question is, in what year in the future will the last newspaper printing press in north america stop rolling? >> ha ha! all right, walt, it's all yours. >> well, the way you put it, "the last newspaper printing press start rolling--stop rolling," it may be here in the newseum, and it may be for a while. i don't know. but i think the lines have already crossed or in terms of where people say they get their news, and you know what? i think it's--no offense to you, but i think it's an almost irrelevant question. i am all about the journalism and the high standards of journalism and not so much about the form it takes. it has changed before. it will change again. i can't prove this, but i believe that in my case, partly 'cause i write about technology, i'm already at the stage whe a high majoritof people that read my columns read it on screens, whether they're computer screens or phone screens vs. paper. >> can you imagine the "wall street journal" not in print? >
earl didn't do to the u.s. it did to canada. blasting nova scotia when it came ashore this morning, offering a finishing kick to this largely oversold storm. by contrast, along the u.s. atlantic coast, the sigh of relief at earl's weakness seemed almost as powerful as the hurricane's winds. >> i was really happy that nothing bad happened. >> reporter: on cape hatteras, earl's first target, they reopened a bridge to the north carolina mainland anda the tourists resurfaced. in rhode island, a big surf was the only remnant of the storm. there was some beach erosion on long island, but the damage was light compared to the drum roll of predictions. >> a team of reporters and meter olses will bring you live coverage over the next hour and a half. >> reporter: trees were felled in nantucket, but looking at the beaches and shoppers, the scene did not resemble the state of emergency the massachusetts governor declared just hours ago. >> i was thrilled, you know. the sun was out and shining. people are walking around town. >> reporter: indeed, the federal emergency management team said no st
.s. and canada ruptured pouring at least 800,000 gallons of crude into the waterways surrounding this scenic town. fouling the air with a noxious odor, threatening the water and as seen in this home video, drenching local wildlife. now that mess has turned into another one. the canadian energy giant that owns the pipeline, enbridge, is accused of deceptive tactics by dozens of homeowners affected by the spill. >> they don't know what they're signing and they sign away a lot of their rights if they don't know what they are signing. >> reporter: in a joint investigation with the center for public integrity, cbs news obtained these two documents. one is this settlement form. some residents claim the company coursed them to sign it for a $300 air pure fire and some evacuation expenses. in exchange, releasing enbridge from and against all liability, claims, and actions. the company disputes that. the other document was this release form, allowing enbridge access to any and all medical records, one that had to be signed, residents claim, before enbridge would pay for a visit to a clinic. residents in t
, abc 7 news. >> it is 4:56 now. a recent college graduate in canada has come up with a new kind of dating website. it's just for people who consider themselves unattractive. the site is called uglyschmucks.com. pretty people need not apply. >> members can go to others unattractive. >> the site is certainly a relationship-building tool for people who might feel out of place elsewhere. >> so you also have dating sites for people married and want affairs and now that. we don't wanna know. >> maybe we don't wanna know. just about 4:57. >> metal detectors and cameras just some of the security measures san francisco clubgoers could face. that's ahead on booze at 5:00. >> i'm terry mcsweeney live in san bruno where pg&e is under pressure this morning to reduce the pressure at natural gas pipelines. even as people are under pressure to clean up the area left behind by that fire. those stories coming up in a live report. >> new complaints of racial profiling in san jose. why did mmmm. you don't love me anymore do you billy? what? i didn't buy this cereal to sweet talk your taste buds it'
jose's center road. >> this comes from canada. this is a very special one, and it's -- the value of it, more than a million dollars. >> the buddha will remain on display until october 1st. visitors can have their picture taken with it for free. it's in a warehouse on center road in san jose. can you google it for more information. >>> if you think flying is uncomfortable now? we'll show you the smaller seats on the passenger jets of the future. >>> getting a little bumpy out there as well. cold air coming on in, rain in the forecast as well. i'll have the details. we're looking live from oakland over san francisco. >>> in the streets of san jose taken over by dancers? a look at whaofinbendts kstd fea of its kind festival. [ male announcer ] jerry brown's good old days. but what really happened? cnn -- not me -- cnn says his assertion about his tax record was "just plain wrong." jerry brown went out there and took credit for the fact that the people of california voted for proposition 13, which lowered taxes, which he opposed. and now he's going around taking credit for it. he raised ta
. >> it features jeffrey canada who shows it's possible to create jet stream great schools even in poor neighborhoods. this week the department of education announced grants to replicate his success in 20 more cities. >> it's not an issue that we should put our heads in the sand. ut could actually fix this. >> reporter: but critics of the movie say it unfairly targets public schools, their teachers and unions. >> i thought it was a little slanted because i think that there are a lot of great public schools with great teachers and great administrators and great families. >> reporter: still... >> does anyone in your group think the status quo is working? >> no, not at all. >> reporter: they also agree on what's at stake. >> you know, i want to be a teacher. >> reporter: a child's future. >> i want to be a nurse. >> i want to be a doctor. >> reporter: michelle miller, cbs news, new york. >> couric: and you can see my complete interview with davis guggenheim on my webcast on katie couric at cbsnews.com. that is the cbs news for tonight. thank you fur watching. i'll see you tomorrow. good ni
south america and north america -- canada, mexico and the u.s. >> charlie: organization of american states. >> uniso should not replace the organization of american states. you are americans and we too are americans. >> charlie: do you worry about mexico as a failed state? >> i have a lot of trust in mexico. >> charlie: in the capacity to deal with this level of violence from non-state -- level of violence from non-state actors? >> when they decided to start this huge war against drugs, and always that war is very painful and costs a lot of lives, but i hope that at the end of the day they will succeed, because otherwise, if you don't, i think that terrorism and narcotraffic are very cruel and powerful enemies, and you have to fight them with all the instruments of your democratic system and your state of law. >> charlie: fed by two things. both demand and supply. >> yes, and they have -- they have -- the united states right on the borders, and the main demand for drugs comes from the u.s. so that's another problem. >> charlie: that's our problem to deal with. >> it's your problem a
small, with different landing systems, but one manufacturer, bombardier of canada. federal records show that in the last two years, there have been only two such incident involving airliners made by other companies but, in that time you have the six bombardier incidents, the two in the last four days, plus chicago, atlanta, oh ntario, california and philadelphia. in each case the planes landed safely without injuries to those on board. but, with that many accidents involving similar aircraft made by the same company, authorities want to know if there's a pattern. the faa and national transportation safety board are investigating and aviation experts say wear and tear could be an issue. >> they're designed and they're used for short-haul movement of passengers. so, they may take off and land three, five, seven, ten times a day sometimes. so, their landing gear are put under a lot more stress. >> reporter: bombardier said it would support any investigation. dean reynolds, cbs news, chicago. >>> and that's the "cbs morning news" for this thursday. thanks for watching. we hope you'll join u
with relatively high real interest rates on the bond side that would be countries like brazil and canada and australia, and you look for countries not to own that have relatively low interest rates, and that would be japan and yes, perhaps the united states. >> so we shouldn't then have expectations that we're going to see real growth in the united states or are there policies or things to be done to get growth moving again? do we need more government stimulus, for example? >> well, i think we need continued government stimulus, but in a different form. i mean, up until this point, policies have been ad hoc. the recent policies in terms of cash for clunkers and extended benefits for unemployment, tax cuts is now on the table for small businesses. these are all ad hoc. what needs to be done in our opinion is a coordinated policy, much like is happening in china, and much as what has occurred in the 1930s with fdr. it needs to be directed towards a yes infrastructure, directed towards green energy, but certainly less ad hoc and more structurally-oriented as economists call it. >> bill, you
Search Results 89 to 188 of about 473 (some duplicates have been removed)